corny

1
[ kawr-nee ]
/ ˈkɔr ni /

adjective, corn·i·er, corn·i·est.

of or abounding in corn.
Informal.
  1. old-fashioned, trite, or lacking in subtlety: corny jokes.
  2. mawkishly sentimental: a corny soap opera.

Origin of corny

1
1350–1400; 1930–35 for def 2; Middle English; see corn1, -y1

Related forms

corn·i·ly, adverbcorn·i·ness, noun

Definition for corny (2 of 2)

corny

2
[ kawr-nee ]
/ ˈkɔr ni /

adjective, corn·i·er, corn·i·est.

pertaining to or affected with corns of the feet.

Origin of corny

2
First recorded in 1700–10; corn2 + -y1
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corny

/ (ˈkɔːnɪ) /

adjective cornier or corniest slang

trite or banal
sentimental or mawkish
abounding in corn

Word Origin for corny

C16 (C20 in the sense rustic, banal): from corn 1 + -y 1
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